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Former Tigers Ryan Raburn and Gates Brown are the most volatile hitters in MLB history
FanGraphs’ Jeff Sullivan found an interesting statistical oddity shared by a pair of former Tigers. Several of us here at Bless You Boys are big fans of the Effectively Wild podcast

2017 Tigers player preview: Can Nick Castellanos keep hitting in two-strike counts?
Nick Castellanos had a break-out season in 2016, and his production in two-strike counts could be one reason why. One of the bright spots in a 2016 Detroit Tigers season that was frustratingly mediocre on several fronts was the emer...

MLB should worry about more important things than pace of play
The safety of their players should be top priority. You’re on a flight on a journey to the United States. A new life awaits, far from Cuba in so many ways but actually only 90 miles from your former home. You’re stricken with anxiety that you won’t make it to Chicago in time to ac...

2017 Tigers player preview: Can Anthony Gose make it back to the major leagues?
No other MLB team signed him, but the Tigers offered him a shot at Toledo. Does Gose have anything to contribute? Baseball is a strange game. Take Jose Bautista, for example. He never had an OPS above .757 until his age 29 season. Since then, he has mashed 249 home runs to the tune of a...

Detroit Tigers Links: Don’t panic over the spring training stats
It’s way too early, everyone. Remember, these games don’t mean anything Look, I get it. The Tigers are 3-10 and have the worst run differential in the league. They’ve ...



 

 
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